Zamil bags $32mn deal for Saudi grid expansion
Company to supply towers and gantries for northeastern project.
Zamil Towers and Galvanizing has won a SAR 120 mn ($32 mn) deal to supply equipment for the expansion of power infrastructure in northern Saudi Arabia.
Under the 16-month contract with Saudi Electricity Company (SEC) subsidiary Arabian Electrical Transmission Line Construction Co. (AETCON), Zamil will start supplying lattice towers and gantries in the third quarter of 2014.
The project will connect the northeastern operating area of Saudi Arabia and provide power to the King Abdullah Project for Waad Al Shamal City development, Zamil said in a statement.
Work involves building 380kV transmission lines between Tabarjal Bulk Supply Point (BSP) and Waad Al Shamaal BSP, as well as between Qurayyat BSP and Waad Al-Shamaal BSP.